Skip to main content

Show sorted alphabetically
More right-solid
Show sorted alphabetically
SHOW DETAILS
up-solid down-solid
eye
Title
Date Archived
Creator
Community Texts
Jul 12, 2015 Charles E. Clayton
texts
eye 61
favorite 0
comment 0
"29 Pieces for Keyboard" is my third collection of original music. The selections are playable on any instrument from a Lowrey or Hammond spinet - to a portable keyboard - to a digital or acoustic piano - and including an AGO qualified organ console. The works are suitable as preludes, offertories, and postludes for religious services, and may also be utilized in pre-service music for graduations, memorials, or weddings; depending on the character of each piece. The user is permitted...
Topics: new keyboard music, church music
Community Texts
Nov 3, 2014 Charles E. Clayton
texts
eye 133
favorite 0
comment 0
Thirty Pieces for keyboard, like my earlier "Nineteen Pieces" is a collection of original keyboard compositions which may be played on anything from a non-AGO spinet organ up to a large church organ, piano, or portableelectronic keyboard (F3-C7 3 1/2 octaves required minimum). This set of compositions is somewhat more focused on the needs of someone who serves a small rural congregation or chapel, although these works are also suitable as preludes, recessionals, or interludes at other...
Topics: new keyboard music, preludes, music by Charles E. Clayton
Community Texts
Mar 29, 2014 Charles E. Clayton
texts
eye 94
favorite 0
comment 0
Here is a collection of nineteen original compositions which were composed for keyboard instruments. They will "sound well" on piano, portable keyboard, or organ and are classical in character. Depending on the individual character of each piece, they may be used in the prelude of a wedding or of another special event, as prelude before a religious service, even in the sound track of an audio drama. If used as an organ prelude, please be aware that essential harmony and counterpoint...
Topics: new "classical" music, keyboard music, piano music, organ music
Community Texts
Jan 31, 2014 Charles E Clayton
texts
eye 63
favorite 0
comment 0
Here, one may find a second collection of new PD choral arrangements. Again, these were written in connection with service as volunteer organist at a rescue society chapel, and were scored for their choral group. No compensation is desired, so these settings are being published directly to Public Domain. These settings are appropriate for choirs of small congregations or chapels, where a tenor section may be nonexistent. They also provide a body of quickly-mastered, very easy pieces for larger...
Topics: choruses, sacred, anthems, hymns
Community Texts
Dec 23, 2013 Charles Clayton
texts
eye 173
favorite 0
comment 0
These arrangements and anthem settings are SAB 3-part and are derived from classic church hymns, all traceable to pre-1923 sources which are Public Domain in the USA. These were originally scored for the small volunteer choir at a rescue society chapel where I serve as volunteer organist. The settings are useful for larger, more experienced choirs as  very-easy-to-learn pieces when a key singer or section goes absent due to illness or foul weather; or when the choir or director seek a...
Topics: hymns, choruses sacred